|The Little Victory Ball||
We transported the interior of the traveling museum into The Black Swan Arts in Frome for one week in January. Two schools came to see the show and have handling sessions.We also performed four shows to very enthusiastic audiences.
"Oh! And to think that I laughed and danced through it all- and only played at war work! Of course Of course, we never understood" "That's it" said David and there was a mist in his eyes " Dear France" (Elinor Glyn. Six Days 1924)
Books on view are Raymond Revised by Sir Oliver Lodge and A Minstrel in France by Harry Lauder, the clock will of course read 10 to 3.
We were invited onto The Twelve o'clock show with Chrissie and Livvy, Tasha sang After you've gone 1918 version whist Sioux talked about the origins of The Little Victory Ball we only had about 5 minutes but we managed to talk alot!
The Little Victory Ball LOVE performing in Nunney!! We get looked after and eat cake all day- Nunney should have a fair every month!
Look at The Castle, and the willow tree!
Our thanks to Alex and Tasha from Flying Tiger Productions
The characters from the show are starting to come to life! here we reveal Ethel munitions worker who is slightly yellow from working with TNT. She tells her story of the Armistice celebrations on 11th November 1918.